p.36 The Coinless Arcade
[author Gregg Williams]
With microcomputer games, you can have your fun and your quarters too.
p.42 Build a Touch Tone Decoder for Remote Control
[author Steve Clarcia]
Once you get your computer to answer the telephone and decode tone signals, you can use it for remote control.
p.134 Color Computer from A to D, Make Your Color Computer "See and "Feel" Better
[author William Barden Jr]
Hardware and software projects to tie your Color Computer to the real world.
p.166 The Atari Tutorial, Part 4: Display-List Interrupts
[author Chris Crawford]
How to get the most out of the Atari 400 and 800s color-graphics features.
p.190 How to Build a Maze
[author David Matuszek]
Generate unique random mazes for puzzles and games.
p.198 Toward a Structured 6809 Assembly Language, Part 2: implementing a Structured Assembler
[author Gregory Walker]
Implementing GOTO-less structure in an already existing language is easy with macroinstructions.
p.229 MIKBUG and the TRS-80, Part I: A Cross-Assembler for the Motorola 6800
[author Robert Labenski]
A TRS-80 cross-assembler package for those who are tired of hand-assembling code and loading it two bytes at a time into MIKBUG.
p.258 What Makes Computer Games Fun?
[author Thomas W Malone]
Why the average outer-space game may be more educational than many classroom drill-and-practice programs.
p.320 Computer Scrabble
[author Joseph J Roehrig]
Give your computer a vocabulary and challenge it to a fascinating game of micro-Scrabble.
p.352 Generating Programs Automatically
[author Jacob R Jacobs]
Three utility programs help write the Applesoft BASIC program for you.
p.366 BYTE's Cumulative Index
[author Microcomputer Information Services]
Our six-year cumulative index will put an end to your random searches through past issues of BYTE for that specific article.
p.452 Online information Retrieval: Promise and Problems
[author Steven K Roberts]
The public must be convinced that online databases provide efficiency, economy and convenience.
p.474 Handi-Writer, A Video Note Pad for the Physically Handicapped
[author Howard Batie]
How to turn the TRS-80 into a communications device for severely handicapped persons.
[author Curtis Feigel]
p.74 BYTE's Arcade
[author David A Kater]
Missile Defense vs ABM
[author Robert Moskowitz]
[author Peter V Callamaras]
Commbat: A Trio Game for Two
[author George Stewart]
p.108 alphaSyntauri Music Synthesizer
[author Steve Levine and Bill Mauchly]
p.163 Battle of the Asteroids
[author Gregg Williams]
[author Rowland Archer]
[author Eric Grammer]
p.6 Editorial: New Games, New Directions
p.22, 132 BYTE's Bits
p.132, 483 Book Reviews: AIM 65 Laboratory Manual and Study Guide; Apple Machine Language
p.252 Ask BYTE
p.278 System Notes: The Game of Left/Right
p.302 BYTE Game Contest
p.462 Event Queue
p.465 Books Received
p.466 Clubs and Newsletters
p.467 Software Received
p.469 Technical Forum: Apple X10 Control
p.484 Languages Forum: APL Runs Circles
p.489 what's New?
p.542 uclassified Ads
p.543 Reader Service
p.544 BOMB, BOMB Results